Month: February 2020

TNA E-NEWS FEB 2020

TNA STUFF Pre-budget Submission for the 2020-21 Federal Budget  The Federal Government annually calls for pre-budget submissions. For the 2020-21 Budget, TNA called for the urgent investment of $7million per annum to the Australia Council to ensure that a similar number of organisations (124) can be funded in the Four Year Funding process (announcements late … Continue reading TNA E-NEWS FEB 2020

Read more

We’re hiring – Manager, Artist and Sector Development

Download the full Position Description and selection criteria here. TNA’s ten-year vision is for a Safe, Healthy and Relevant performing arts sector. The role of Manager, Artist and Sector Development, is to work collaboratively with the TNA team to deliver TNA’s key goals: Strengthening the performing arts sector; Strengthening artists and arts organisations; and Strengthening the organisation … Continue reading We’re hiring – Manager, Artist and Sector Development

Read more

IPAY Reflections – January 2020

This following anthology of responses to International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) showcase comes from members of a strong and collegiate Australian delegation to Philadelphia, USA at the start of 2020. Each year there are over 20 Australians who attend and present, many supported by Australia Council, who recognises the importance of this market to the … Continue reading IPAY Reflections – January 2020

Read more

NEIGHBOURHOOD: How Might We Weather This Storm?

Date Friday 28 February Time 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Venue Meat Market 2020. Forecast: Unpredictable We are all attempting to survive massive upheavals: political, environmental, climactic, and social. For the last day of APAM, at NEIGHBOURHOOD, we will gather as an international community to talk and share stories, listen, and learn from each other. We will hear accounts of storms weathered. … Continue reading NEIGHBOURHOOD: How Might We Weather This Storm?

Read more